LNG: A pipeline to somewhere

During his fourth state-of-the-state address Jan. 16, Alaska Gov. Sean Parnell (R) detailed progress made on two ongoing efforts to build a pipeline that would transport Alaska North Slope gas to market, emphasizing the need to "choose a future that gets our gas to Alaskans first, and then to markets beyond." Though populist on its surface, this approach has proven effective in getting momentum behind not just building an Alaskan gas pipeline but reinvigorating energy development in the state overall, even while production in the Lower 48 has soared. Addressing Alaska Gasline Development Corp.'s (AGDC) project first, Parnell noted that as it advanced through the regulatory proce...

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